Los Angeles Rams Tickets

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3.9

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Great game, way too many people

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum - Los Angeles

I enjoy going to Rams games. I knew this game was going to reach capacity becuse of the popularity of the Dallas Cowboys. Unfortunately, I didn’t enjoy feeling cramped by so many people. The lines to the men’s restrooms took 20 minutes to enter. Trying to purchase food was terrible. The lines were too long. Trying to walk to my seats was horrible. The area between the entrances and the stadium are too small. There really needs to be a discussion about expanding all areas between the actual stadium and the entrances at least 20-30 feet.

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Good time

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum - Los Angeles

The parking sucked but it was a good time. I arrived at 1200 and still couldn’t get parking. Must’ve opened the gate more than 5 hours before gm time like I was told

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awesome game

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum - Los Angeles

the tickets seating i bought was not to good we had to many people in are way blocking are view when they would go up and down stairs at the railing many times i had to ask them to move.

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playoff energy

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum - Los Angeles

great game! a very well deserved win for a hard played season. awesome to be a part of it.

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Fun in every direction!!!

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum - Los Angeles

The pre-tailgating was a blast... the game was awesome... and the post tailgating waiting to leave stadium topped it all off! Attending a Pro football game is something everyone must experience.

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Very easy and pleasant

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum - Los Angeles

I was initially nervous! Why I don't know, but I wanted to see the game and went for it! I was so easy like tough just put in your info and with in minutes if not seconds your tickets are sent to you! I will definitely use again!

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Over crowded

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum - Los Angeles

Lines were way to long, from entering to existing, I wasted a whole quarter getting a beverage and using the restroom. It was total gridlock

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Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum - Los Angeles

The RAMS played like Nobles chasing down ruffians.

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Long line to enter security check

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum - Los Angeles

The system to get into the stadium was awful. Took 30 minutes to get into the stadium. Very long line. Missed the 1st quarter

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Amazing

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum - Los Angeles

A true Los Angeles experience the whole family had an amazing time💙 GO RAMS💙💛

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Los Angeles Rams at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

While much of the Rams’ history is associated with Los Angeles having played there for nearly 50 seasons from 1946 - 1994, the franchise continues to hold an impressive NFL record as the only team to win championships while representing three different cities: Cleveland in 1945, L.A. in 1951 and St. Louis in 2000. In their third year back in L.A., the Rams are preparing to deliver another title to their beloved city. Currently, the Rams are playing their home games at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum while theLos Angeles Stadium District at Hollywood Park is under construction. The new stadium, centrally located near Los Angeles International Airport and The Forum, is expected to open in 2020 and is slated to host Super Bowl LVI in 2022 and games in the 2028 Summer Olympics. The open-air stadium will seat 70,000 and is expected to cost approximately $2.6 billion, making it the most expensive NFL venue to ever be constructed. In addition, the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, located in Exposition Park next to USC, is scheduled for its own renovation beginning in 2018 as it will remain a vital sports and entertainment center when the Rams move into their new stadium in Inglewood.

Los Angeles Rams 2017-18 Season

Under first-year coach Sean McVay, who became the youngest head coach in NFL history at the age of 31 and 2017’s Coach of the Year award, the Rams won the NFC West for the first time since the 2003 season with an 11-5 record and even hosted a playoff game in Los Angeles. The team also sent eight players to the Pro Bowl in 2017, which was the most of any team last season.

In a historic turnaround, the Rams became the top-scoring offense in the NFL in 2017 after ranking 32ndin scoring offense in 2016. Quarterback Jared Goff had an excellent second season, finishing with a 100.4 QBR and earning a Pro Bowl appearance while running back Todd Gurley earned Offensive Player of the Year after gaining 2,093 scrimmage yards and registering 19 touchdowns. The defense also impressed with Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Donald notching 11.0 sacks and forcing five fumbles. The Rams eventually capped off one of the biggest turnarounds in NFL history with a sweep of three of the top awards at the NFL Honors show in Minneapolis. It was the first time in league history that one team earned Coach of the Year, Offensive Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year honors in the same season.

Los Angeles Rams Team History

The Rams have a long, colorful history having been in three different cities throughout the team’s inception. Although they’ve spent most of their time in Los Angeles, the team was first organized in Cleveland in 1937 before Dan Reeves purchased the franchise and moved the team to Los Angeles in 1946 where the team won four Western Division Championships in seven years, thanks to the leadership of offensive players like "Crazylegs" Hirsch and Tom Fears.

After a few less successful years, the team bloomed under the stewardship of head coach George Allen. These were the years of the "Fearsome Foursome" defensive line, which featured Merlin Olsen and Deacon Jones. In 1979, the Rams won the NFC Championship. In 1995, the Rams made the move to St. Louis, where the team eventually became an offensive powerhouse known as the “Greatest Show on Turf” and won Super Bowl XXXIV in 2000. They eventually returned to the Super Bowl in 2002 under the leadership of Mike Martz but were defeated by the New England Patriots 20-17. Some of the team's Hall of Famers include: running backs Marshall Faulk and Eric Dickerson, halfback Elroy "Crazylegs" Hirsch, offensive tackle Orlando Pace, defensive linemen Merlin Olsen & Deacon Jones, and quarterback Kurt Warner.